As the June 5th primary election nears, 11 California lieutenant governor candidates are vying for a first or second place finish, which would solidify their advancement to the November general election.

One of those lieutenant governor candidates, San Diego-based attorney and small business owner Cameron Gharabiklou, recently went head to head with three of his rivals, Gayle McLaughlin, David Hernandez and David Fennell, during the Young Invincibles’ State of California Millennials Summit.

Gharabiklou, the only millennial candidate in the race, was able to identify with the attendees on issues like the student loan crisis and fighting back against the Trump administration.

Gharabiklou said he is running what he calls a “next-generation political campaign,” and says that many of his fellow millennial candidates are doing the same.

“We didn’t pay for a pricey campaign consultant to tell us what to say, and... Read more >